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Climbing Mont Blanc with a guide

Since its inaugural ascent in 1786, Mont Blanc's popularity continues to surge. Mountaineers of all skill levels, ranging from novices to seasoned climbers, aspire to stand atop its summit.

Climbing Mont Blanc represents a significant undertaking, necessitating meticulous physical and technical preparation.

The mountain guides featured on Explore-Share offer a diverse selection of options and courses spanning from 2 to 6 days. Depending on your mountaineering experience, preferences, and time availability, you will discover the perfect program for your Mont Blanc adventure.

The guides accessible through Explore-Share recommend ascents via various routes: the Voie Royale (staying at the Refuge du Gouter and/or des Grands Mulets), the 3 Monts route (Refuge des Cosmiques), or the Italian route (Refuge Gonella).

Mont Blanc is typically ascended from late May to mid-September. The specific available timeframe may fluctuate based on the chosen route, refuge accessibility, and snow/glacier conditions.

To bolster the safety of climbers, guides will lead a maximum of 1 to 2 individuals roped together.

For a comprehensive array of options, please refer to this link . Due to limited refuge availability, we strongly advise securing your ascent as early as possible, preferably by the end of the year.



74400 Chamonix